Food & drink
The freshest fish & crudo in the most stunning of settings! This Portomaso restaurant ticks all the boxes
Exceptional food combined with a great ambience make Zeri’s a winner.

Sarah Micallef

Being a Mediterranean island, it really is no surprise that fresh fish and seafood is a staple of Maltese cuisine, and if you’re looking for a stunning setting in which to enjoy it, we’ve got just the place.

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Located at the prestigious Portomaso Marina, Zeri’s Restaurant is named after Chef Mark Zerafa, who brings his skills at creating dishes full of traditional Mediterranean flavour to an imaginative menu within his highly acclaimed restaurant.

Apart from an incredible selection of fish and seafood, specials at Zeri’s include an array of fresh high-quality meats, pasta, salads and antipasti. The wine list is also an impressive one, with fantastic choices to choose from.

All of this within a relaxing yet buzzing ambience make Zeri’s the place to go among food lovers in search of an exceptional dining experience, whether they visit for business or pleasure.

Zeri’s is open daily for dinner starting at 7pm and offers free parking at Portomaso Marina. What’s not to love?

16th June 2021


Sarah Micallef
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Sarah Micallef
A keen traveller with an interest in most things, Sarah loves her island home as much as she loves getting away from it, and enjoys discovering and re-discovering the gems, hidden corners and unique stories of her native Malta and Gozo.

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